Raceless Inner City Kids Attack African Boys In New York, Call Them "Ebola"
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This report, from NBC's New York 4  station, states the race of the victim, Senegalese African, and not of the aggressors:
African Boys Attacked at Bronx School, Called "Ebola:" Advocacy Group

Monday, Oct 27, 2014 • Updated at 10:53 AM EDT

A group that advocates for Africans in the Bronx is calling for action after it says two brothers who had recently immigrated to the borough from Senegal were beaten and severely injured by several people who called them “Ebola.”

The boys, in sixth and eighth grade, were attacked Friday afternoon at I.S. 318 in Tremont, according to the African Advocacy Council.

The boys, who have been in the U.S. for about a month, were taken to the hospital after the attack.

The group says that the attack is just the latest incidence of disrespect and bullying of Africans since the outbreak of Ebola in West Africa.[More]

Three comments from that story:
  • Commenter 1: "Black on black crime? Anyone?"
  • Commenter 2: "It actually is. I looked up the school. Also if it were white students who did this it would state white students beat African students over Ebola."
  • Commenter 3:"If whites beat up black kids and called them "Ebola" that would be national news until Christmas."
"I looked up the school"—what we at VDARE.com have been doing for years, and an example of how the internet can defeat MSM censorship.

According to GreatSchools' helpful chart of IS 318's student ethnicity, there is  approximately a 1 percent chance that the kids who beat up the African students and called them "Ebola" were white—and in practical terms, none.

Black or Hispanic? It would be interesting to know, but not the kind of thing they want to tell us.


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